Dialect – First Bus In Bristol Ban Anti Nuclear Advertisements

plus BBC refer to Margaret Thatcher’s funeral route as ‘Old Witch’

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Read on for the details of this week’s show…

We start this week with Paul Fernie who takes us to Venus, another inhospitable planet even though it is called ‘Earth’s Twin’ where you breathe sulphuric acid and a day is longer than a year.

Hannah Tweddell & Rose Crossland from Bristol CND talk about their short film festival for 12-25 year olds. We hear ‘Last Call’ by James Quinn.

First Bus owned by First Group block CND Bus Adverts in Bristol explaining how much money is about to be spent on Trident nuclear missiles and submarines, £100bn. Are First Group part of the nuclear industry? They won’t say why they don’t allow the adverts.

A Time-Lapse Map of Every Nuclear Explosion Since 1945 – by Isao Hashimoto

We hear how Culham Laboratory in Oxfordshire Fission project is being used to recreate the conditions of a nuclear explosion and how Joint European Taurus or JET at Culham is a military programme under the cover of a civil nuclear programme. Also the enormous power it consumes will never lead to cheap energy being produced as promised. http://www.BristolCND.org.uk and http://sites.google.com/site/cndbristolbranch/

Email: BristolCNDChair@gmail.com or SecretaryBristolCND@gmail.com
Phone: 07527 295109

Theresa May fails again to rid our nation of a Muslim preacher she dislikes called Abu Qatada and send him to be tortured in Jordan.

The LSE are closely connected to MI5 but the BBC make a big mistake ‘smuggling’ their camera crew into North Korea under the cover of an artificially concocted LSE student visit.

BBC mistake Aldwych for ‘Old Witch’ at Thatcher funeral. The resurgence of Bristol’s answer to Private Eye, The Bristolian.

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